Whisky Distilleries

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Glen Mhor operated for less than a century, being founded in 1892 and closing in 1983. The distillery was located directly at the Caledonian Canal in Inverness, in the Scottish North Highlands.
A gentleman whose name is only recorded as ‘Mr Welsh’ founded Millburn in 1807. Following the founding of the distillery, it operated (illegally) under the name of ‘Inverness Distillery’ for the first few years of its existence.
Glen Albyn is a now-demolished distillery that sat at the Caledonian Canal which runs through Loch Ness.
Lochside distillery was founded in 1957, making it one of the newer distilleries in Scotland. It was rebuilt from previously being a Deuchar's Beer brewery into a Malt Whisky facility by McNab distilleries. McNab ran an incredibly efficient operation at...
Strathearn Distillery, near to Methven in Perthshire, is probably Scotland’s smallest distillery. They not only produce Single Malt Whisky but also a range of spirits including hand-crafted, artisan single cask by using traditional methods and ideas. In...